SPECIAL EVENTS

Special Hours Marine Museum to Be Open
East Hampton Town Marine Museum

Special Hours Marine Museum to Be Open

The East Hampton Town Marine Museum will be open specially for the Presidents Day week of school vacation.

Monday, Feb. 20, through Sunday, Feb. 26

Daily, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 301 Bluff Road, Amagansett

Group tours are available by advance appointment at the historical society office, 631-324-6850.

Admission costs $4 per adult, $3 each for museumgoers over 65, and $2 each for children.

Free for members.

Winter Lecture Series: The Woodhouse Legacy
Clinton Academy, 1784

Winter Lecture Series: The Woodhouse Legacy

Friday, January 27, 7 p.m. Those who are interested in attending may want to arrive a bit before 7 to have refreshments and find a seat.

WINTER LECTURE SERIES 2017

PEOPLE WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE: GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

The Woodhouse Legacy

Richard Barons, the director of the East Hampton Historcal Society, will speak about Mary Woodhouse (Mrs. Lorenzo E. Woodhouse), who paid for the renovation of Clinton Academy, bankrolled the East Hampton Library, and established Guild Hall, among other contributions.

Clinton Academy Museum, 151 Main Street, East Hampton

 

Winter Lecture Series: An Octet With Vision: Matilda Donohue, Sherrill Foster, Mary Paxton Hamlin, Adele Herter, Deborah Ann Light, Eunice Juckett Meeker, Jeannette Edwards Rattray, Enez Whipple
Clinton Academy, 1784

Winter Lecture Series: An Octet With Vision: Matilda Donohue, Sherrill Foster, Mary Paxton Hamlin, Adele Herter, Deborah Ann Light, Eunice Juckett Meeker, Jeannette Edwards Rattray, Enez Whipple

Friday, February 24, 7 p.m. Those interested in attending may want to arrive a bit before 7 to have refreshments and find a seat.

WINTER LECTURE SERIES 2017

PEOPLE WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE: GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

Hugh King, Ken Collum, Bess Rattray, and Mary Foster Morgan will speak about eight women whose individual wisdom and foresight had a huge impact on the cultural and social lives of East Hampton residents and visitors.

Olivia Slocum Sage: Philanthropy, Activism, and Sag Harbor
East Hampton Historical Society

Olivia Slocum Sage: Philanthropy, Activism, and Sag Harbor

Clinton Academy, 1784

 

WINTER LECTURE SERIES 2017

PEOPLE WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE: GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

Friday, March 31, 7 p.m. Those who are interested in attending may want to arrive a bit before 7 to have refreshments and find a seat.
 

Lucia Akard will speak about Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage (Mrs. Russell Sage), an activist for women's rights and philanthropist who funded, among other things, the John Jermain Public Library and Pierson High School. Her husband died in 1906 and left her $63 million, which she used to fund women's colleges and establish the Russell Sage Foundation, which continues to support research in the social sciences. 

Clinton Academy Museum, 151 Main Street, East Hampton